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Presentation On Healthy Body Imagery ISAA Teaches Self-Esteem, Healthy Body Imagery and Fitness For  People of All Shapes and Body Types This presentation and its contents are © Copyright 2002  ISAA
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The International Size Acceptance Association (ISAA) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote size acceptance and to help end size discrimination throughout the world by means of advocacy and visible, lawful actions. ISAA also educates about how to be healthy and encourages fitness for all sizes. ISAA has been very helpful in teaching people how to come to terms with self esteem and their own bodies.
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The Trends of Thinness At least 25% of American women have eating disorders as a result of the beauty myths that the fashion industry is forcing on the world. The average fashion model is 20% slimmer than is healthy.  
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Eating Disorders Thousands of young women die from anorexia and bulimia each year. ISAA has been working with the Eating Disorders Awareness Community to help educate the public about healthy body imagery and how the images shown on television, movies and magazines are not healthy.
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Celebrities Who Have Had  Eating Disorders Mariah Carey  – U.S. singer/actress Christina Ricci  – U.S. actress Richard Simmons  – U.S. Diet Guru Paula Abdul  – U.S. singer Geri Halliwell  - Spice Girls (U.K.)   Elton John  – U.S. singer/musician Princess Diana  - Princess of Wales Celine Dion  – Canadian singer Jane Fonda  – U.S. actress Joan Rivers  – U.S. talk show host        Mariah Carey Source http://www.eating-disorder.org/celebrities.html
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What Does ISAA Do? ISAA’s goal is to inform the public, especially young women, how to improve self-esteem, health and attain fitness. ISAA also hopes to educate the public
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